View a larger, more interactive version of the map.

The Policy, Advocacy, and Communication Enhanced for Population and Reproductive Health (PACE) project at PRB has created a new interactive map designed to highlight the diverse efforts of organizations working to integrate primary and reproductive health services with environmental conservation and natural resource management projects and programs. This type of community-driven, integrated approach to development is often called Population, Health, and Environment, or PHE. The goal of such programs is to meet the health and livelihood needs of remote or underserved populations while ensuring the sustainability of the environment upon which they depend. Viewers can use the map to gain a global overview of PHE efforts, as well as search for activities by country, keywords, and more. Current projects are labeled in green and past projects in purple; smaller pins indicate the project occurs in multiple sites.

The PACE project works closely with global actors, national and local governments, and nongovernmental partners to increase commitments to integrated PHE, climate change, resilience, food security, livelihoods, and security programs.

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